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من عليك اتكلوا

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1 من عليك اتكلوا
يفرحون كل حينْ
وبظل ربنا
يحتمون هاتفين

القرار:
أبهج العمرِ
أكملُ الفخرِ
أعظم النصرِ
لمن أحب اللهْ

2 في محبة اسمهِ
بهجةٌ للمؤمنينْ
وسرورٌ دائمٌ
وسلامٌ ويقينْ

3 أنت رب واهبٌ
بركاتٍ للأمينْ
بالرضى تُحيطهُ
أيها المولى المُعينْ


Source: نظم المرامير #8

Text Information

First Line: من عليك اتكلوا
Language: Arabic
Refrain First Line: أبهج العمر
Publication Date: 1987
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1987.

Tune

[Jesus loves me! this I know]

William B. Bradbury (PHH 114) added a refrain line to Warner's stanzas and wrote the tune JESUS LOVES ME in 1861. The hymn was published in Bradbury's church school collection The Golden Shower (1862). The tune is also known as CHINA in some hymnals, presumably because of its popularity among missio…

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